Tag Archives: Google: SEO

Google working on fixing bug with the Links to Your Site report

Google Search Console reporting bug leads webmasters to panic over ranking issues. There is no reason to panic -- it is just a reporting glitch and has no impact on rankings. The post Google working on fixing bug with the Links to Your Site report appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google hopeful the mobile-first index will launch by year’s end

But Gary Illyes says it might not go live until 2018. The post Google hopeful the mobile-first index will launch by year’s end appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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SMX West: Solving SEO Issues in Google’s Post-Update World

Now that Google no longer regularly announced algorithm updates, it can be hard to tell when your site's been hit by one. Luckily, there are steps you can take to determine if you've been hit. Contributor Mark Traphagen sums up a session from SMX West on this topic. The post SMX West: Solving SEO...

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Google testing ‘tags’ label in search results snippets

A new Google experiment updates the search results snippets to show tags related to the page. But these tags don't seem to do much of anything. The post Google testing ‘tags’ label in search results snippets appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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39 questions with Google at SMX West

Ever wanted to hear answers to your SEO questions straight from the mouths of Googlers? Columnist Eric Enge recaps a session from SMX West where audience members were able to ask Google anything. The post 39 questions with Google at SMX West appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Fred’s losers: Sistrix analysis says ad-heavy, thin-content sites hit worst

Here is our first report from an SEO data provider that analyzes 300 domains after the Google Fred update. The post Fred’s losers: Sistrix analysis says ad-heavy, thin-content sites hit worst appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Why Google’s SEO advice is NOT (always) in your best interest

Google often provides useful information to the SEO community, but columnist Nate Dame argues that ultimately, the company's advice is in their best interest, not yours -- so make sure you understand the nuances. The post Why Google’s SEO advice is NOT (always) in your best interest appeared first...

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Google quietly expands rich cards worldwide

Less than a year since Google first introduced rich cards in the US, they're now expanding the feature globally. The post Google quietly expands rich cards worldwide appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Search Analytics bug drops some image search traffic from reports

No need to panic: There is a reporting bug in the Google Search Console Search Analytics report. Google is working on a fix. The post Google Search Analytics bug drops some image search traffic from reports appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google: Our search leads won’t let us talk about the Fred update

Gary Illyes from Google said the techniques Fred went after specifically are mentioned in their webmaster guidelines. The post Google: Our search leads won’t let us talk about the Fred update appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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